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Radish cream


Those of us who like spicy food are used to radishes are part of our diet. Their characteristic color and flavor make them highly appreciated at home. If you are like me who, until now, had only eaten them raw, this radish cream will surprise you.

Its color is the same reflection of its flavor. A cream soft with a spicy point that makes it different from the cold creams that we are used to drinking.

One of the essential ingredients is horseradish sauce. A dressing widely used in other cultures such as English or Central European. Due to its white color and strong flavor, it is often used to accompany grilled meats, hamburgers, roasts, etc. This sauce will be in charge of giving life to our radish cream.

By the way, we can serve this cream in small glasses or in individual plates and it can be taken both cold as hot.

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  1.   Nuria-52 said

    I love your recipes, but there are recipes like this that you have to buy horseradish sauce….
    first, difficult to find, and then where it can be used, because I'm not going to eat radish cream just to be able to spend the sauce ... and I like radishes ... but ...
    It could be replaced by another that is easier to find ...
    Thank you for your recipes and for being there when there are problems and having the patience to answer them… thank you.

    1.    Mayra Fernandez Joglar said


      Horseradish sauce can be used in other recipes but if you don't want to buy it, you can substitute it with a little strong mustard or wasabi.